The interactive dining experience created by Japanese TeamLab for the Sagaya restaurant in Tokyo is an immersive event, where one can explore new scenic world each time the new dish is placed on the table.
‘The Forgotten Fabric’ exhibition of Japanese designer Yusuke Seki was made for Tokyo based textile brand Majotae, a company specialized in fabrics made from hemp woven.
ShiShi Yamazaki created a beautifully animated clip for Japanese singer YUKI. Featuring a female figure, morphing and transforming into abstract shapes, the pink video
Tetsujin is a unique dining experience in th heart of Melbourne, Australia, inspired by the two sides of Tokyo – city’s order and chaos.
In support of small shoe workshops in Shibuya, One of Trendland’s favorite Japanese artist Nendo has designed a ’skirt-shoe’. With material draped over the heel part of simple pumps and sandals, the brand used
Nakagin Capsule Tower in Tokyo was built in 1972 and designed by avant-garde architect Kisho Kurokawa. The building forms part of the Metabolist Movement intended to promote biological processes and served as a prototype for sustainable architecture.
Potager Marché is Tokyo’s most innovative all-veggie sushi joint. The name, which translates to “Kitchen Garden” in French, perfectly describes the atmosphere and branding.